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Send Us Your Best Spring Break Pictures

Spring break has finally arrived. It’s time to dust off those swim trucks from the back of your closet and take a breather from the hustle and bustle of State College.

Every year Penn Staters opt to free themselves from the arctic temperatures of central Pennsylvania and venture across the globe for spring break. So whether you’re hitting the beach in Panama City or backpacking through another part of the world, we want to see it. If you’re chilling at home don’t hesitate to share your photos as well, be as creative as you wish — but be sure to show your Penn State Pride!

Send your best shots to [email protected]. Be sure to include:

-Your Name
-Where you are visiting
-Who you are with
-Favorite memory from the trip

From skydiving in Hawaii to visiting a television set in Hollywood, here are our favorite shots from spring break 2015. And this year, be sure to keep the party going with our spring break playlist.

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About the Author

Shannon Fox

Shannon is a senior at Penn State majoring in Journalism and English. New York City born and Bucks County raised she often complains about State College's lack of good Italian restaurants. She is a lover of all things music and an avid football fan (just not the American kind) Toss her a follow on twitter @ShannonAudFox or Email her at [email protected]


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